Just a few thoughts after seeing the movie (spoiler free):
This movie is an important one. It achieves something that not a lot of war movies can.
Which is staying objective and not using (or exploiting) the perils and real suffering of men fighting in war for the mere sake of dramatization.
Dunkirk is based on historical events. It should not be expected to please or entertain. Think about it: Why would you look at something like war and use it for entertainment? That is just wrong.
I read a lot of reviews by people who criticized the film due to its lack of 'characters'. Well, this movie has actual humans. Are they telling me they c
Passage is a personal short film that I first started work on in 2010 (yep long time ago)
It was finished at the end of 2015 and then I submitted it to some festivals so had to wait before I could release it online.
Well, here it is
Besides being an illustrator, I have also been a filmmaker for quite a while, having started with making short fight scenes with my brother all the way back in 2002. Since then I've gradually had a chance to work on bigger professional productions while also shooting personal stuff whenever I can.
I wrote, directed, edited, choreographed this one and al